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Lunar New Year

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What You’re Eating: Lunar New Year Eats

For the Year of the Horse, restaurants in Los Angeles are offering special menus or meal deals in anticipation of the celebration.

02/01/2014

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Bibigo Restaurants Honor Lunar New Year With ‘Seollal Supper’ Menu

Chef Yong Jae Cho and Joon Ho Lee from bibigo restaurant stopped by KCAL9 Friday to show dishes from their three-course “Seollal Supper”, a special menu in honor of the Lunar New Year.

CBS2 / KCAL9–01/31/2014

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Celebrate The Lunar New Year At Chi Lin Restaurant

Tyson Wong, executive chef of Chi Lin Restaurant, stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to show viewers a few dishes that will be featured at the restaurant for Lunar New Year.

CBS2 / KCAL9–01/30/2014

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Best Ways To Celebrate Lunar New Year In Los Angeles

No matter what you choose to name the annual event that grandly welcomes the Chinese New Year, know that this particular heralding means it is time to celebrate in a very big way as the Year of the Horse finally begins.

01/20/2014

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What You’re Doing This Week: February 4

Come show your Mardi Gras spirit this week at some of these festive events happening in LA and Orange County. Pups will be on parade, noodle fans will unite, and art lovers will rejoice. This […]

CBS Los Angeles–02/04/2013

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Family-Friendly Lunar New Year Events In Orange County

The Lunar New Year is coming up on Feb. 10. This is one of the widest celebrated Chinese holidays on the calendar, filled with traditional food, decorations and family togetherness. There are many events in […]

CBS Los Angeles–02/01/2013

Indonesians parade an 18 meter long dragon at Malang city park in East Java province on January 20, 2012 ahead of the Chinese Lunar new year festivity. The Chinese New Year marks the zodiac sign of the dragon.

Southern California Asian Communities Welcome Year Of The Dragon

Gung Hay Fat Choy! Southern California’s Asian American communities celebrated the Lunar New Year Monday, ushering in the Year of the Dragon, considered to be the luckiest year in the Chinese Zodiac.

01/23/2012

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What You’re Doing This Week: January 23

Bocce, ghosts, and Michael Jackson, not necessarily all at the same time. Bring it, week!

CBS Los Angeles–01/23/2012

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Ring in the Lunar New Year at Pacific Asia Museum

On Saturday, January 14th, Pacific Asia Museum is hosting their second annual Lunar New Year Festival – the most celebrated holiday across Asia and the Pacific Islands. Pacific Asia Museum is among the few institutions […]

CBS Los Angeles–01/10/2012

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Celebrate Chinese (Lunar) New Year in SoCal

The Chinese or Lunar New Year is the most celebrated holiday of the year for nearly 1.5 million people of Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese descent in Southern California.

02/02/2011

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